11/14 – The second annual SF Music Expo

November 4, 2015 in Announcements, Interactive Audio, Sound Arts by Nicholas Bizzack


Ex’pression College is pumped to be a hosting the second annual Music Expo SF. Join us on 14th November at Ex’pression College, Emeryville, for the ONLY event of its kind and caliber in NorCal, dedicated to Music Producers and Artists.

Featuring: Roger Linn, Jay-J, Lenny Kiser, Bob Duskis, Dusty Wakeman, Thavius Beck, Mac Smith, Christian B, Idan Beck, Patrick Brown, Bill Mitsakos, Ben Kramer and Matt Saincome. Ex’pression College will also be joined by iZotope, Yamaha, Nektar, and Audio Plus Service.




11/03 – IA Open Studios

October 20, 2015 in Announcements, Interactive Audio, Student Events, Students, Uncategorized by Nicholas Bizzack


by mylani

11/05/14 – Interactive Audio Open Studios

October 30, 2014 in Announcements, Interactive Audio, Student Alliance, Student Events by mylani


5/10/14 – Intermedia Composition Final Show

May 5, 2014 in Announcements, Interactive Audio, Programs, Student Events, Students by Kenneth Macaraig


Support your Interactive Audio classmates and see some great installations at this cool event!

View the flyer for this event.

March 14th, 2014 – Interactive Audio Open Studio

March 4, 2014 in Announcements, Interactive Audio, Programs, Student Events, Students by Kenneth Macaraig


by vicki

ICS Workshop with Mat Callahan 5/2 4pm Theatre 563

April 23, 2013 in Industry and Career Services, Interactive Audio, Sound Arts, Workshops and Conferences by vicki

Ex'pert Series - Mat Callahan May 2, 2013
RSVP at Expression.edu/expert
Mat Callahan

Mat Callahan
Musician & Author

Join us for a Presentation and Workshop featuring Mat Callahan. The topic will be:Maintaining High Fidelity When Art and Commerce Collide.

Musician and author Mat Callahan was the lead singer/songwriter of the San Francisco-based band The Looters, who trailblazed the “world-beat” music movement in the 1980s and were signed by Jello Biafra to Alternative Tentacles and later by Chris Blackwell to Island Records. The band was on the forefront of incorporating funk and world rhythms into their rock music, and their live shows became must-see events with such bookings as the Grateful Dead’s notorious New Year’s Eve concerts. The band’s success led to the founding of the artists’ collective Komotion International, which became known for radical art making and revolutionary politics and helped spawn the groups Primus, Consolidated and Michael Franti.

Presently, Callahan is organizing the revival of Irish hero James Connolly’s Songs of Freedom. He is the author of three books, Sex, Death and the Angry Young Man, Testimony, and The Trouble With Music, where he questions the concept of music copyrights and commercial music making.

For more info on Mat: www.matcallahan.com

Submit your RSVP here.

by vicki

Interactive Audio Fair May 3 4-7pm Meyer Hall TODAY!

April 27, 2012 in Announcements, E'vents, Interactive Audio, Sound Arts by vicki

RSVP for the Interactive Audio Fair

Ex’perience It!

A Celebration of Interactive Audio Work
Thursday, May 3, 2012
Meyer Hall

Join us for an interactive audio fair, where you will be able to view outstanding projects representing the emerging field of interactive audio. This is your opportunity to ask questions and see first-hand the skills that are being taught in the Interactive Audio program.

RSVP: expression.edu/iafair

The Interactive Audio Fair will feature projects from the following students and alumni:
Joe Bradshaw, Alex Galler
Project: The Sound of Baseball

Cameron MacNair
Project: NoisePrint~

David Claudio
Project: FXP360 (Effects Processor 360)

Donald Scully, Kai Jorgensen
Project: Drumpad King

Jordan Suhr, Lance Tipton
Project: i ♥ Sound

Evan Shwartz, Austin Roberts
Project: Chroma: Interactive Environmental Processor

Justin Loeffler
Project: We Are All Musically Kinected

Kenneth Smith
Project: InfraRad Synth

Bryce Quig-Hartman
Project: Seismic Synth

Brett Shipes
Project: Custom Built Interactive Music and Audio Engine – Space Invaders

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